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Irving Daily News Texan (Newspaper) - August 12, 1964, Irving, Texas For circular and and Servi i la dial 114-6161 Sis texan weather partly Cloudy scattered showers thursday. Low tonight in Middle 70s. High thursday in Middle 90s. R it a me newspaper in Texas fastest growing City volume a in maker 295 5c daily Ioc sunday 28 pages today Telephone bl4-6161 wednesday August 12. 191 Don Waits patiently weird masks spice probe at Houston Houston Upa Federal grand jury probe of Houston gambling moves into its third Day today after sessions tuesday punctuated by a millionaire s scuffle with newsmen and the appearance of two witnesses wearing grotesque masks. One of the masked men a s Johnny i be Taylor who testified monday too. In showed up wearing a Gorilla mask with a protruding Tusk. He was reported to have Tak a the fifth amendment before the jury. The other was a Man in a sport coat who it it inthe waiting room hut did not appear before the jury. He wore a mask with Long hair a Mustache and a Goatee. Attorney Newton Schwartz Ieese Inpan led by Karen Magee j id i Sarah i. Hughes will be in Irving sometime Early in september to actually set up her court in the of h. Smith re is i a at Sii Ada. It will is the first to e that a Federal court has Ever been set up in our area. This is How the idea came about. Mrs. Ith s Mother mrs. L in a Jear att who is swell so w ants to ret her citizenship papers however the 8 5-year old mrs. Jeanettie bed Ridden at the Smith Home and unable to come to court to Quality. Of the to mrs. Both men. Disc jockey Paul Berlin of station Knuz was reported to have gone before the jury tuesday one of eleven who testified including Oil and hotel Multi millionaire John Merom. Mecom scuffled with two photographers who took his picture As he walked through the Federal building Hall toward an exit. He later apologized for losing his temper and said he had appeared voluntarily before the jury. The jury is thought to be investigating the operations of a track Czar who makes boo for the very Rich of Houston. F ederal officials say Little about the investigation. Names of those subpoenaed Are secret. One official indicated the probe will be a lengthy one. Today Houston merchant Mair Schep Sand Bryan Gambler Milton Duck Mallard Are scheduled to appear. Mallard is serving a Federal prison term and has been cited for contempt for his refusal to answer the question of a legislative committee investigating possible Southwest conference basketball fixes. New Jersey cities erupt in violence year to Date accidents injuries i deaths image $335,224 last 24 hoc is poor Charlie Charlie the Chicken pet of or. And mrs. Bill Chiabotta of 203 Ouida has been recuperating from a broken leg this summer. Bill found the Bird in the Street on his Way Home from work recently. Its leg was broken so Chiabotta had it set. News texan photo. Ticket holders have last Chance accidents injuries de a Dis damage court i Jeanett last. His a afternoon As the hot Texas Sun continued to at a everything and everybody with its too degree plus rays j erne Allen and her brother Roy of 70 j Inglewood Vav est got a. Re Jet idea. It just did no to seer. Fair that their horses whirlwind and Duchess should have to withstand the scorching heat while everyone else was Busy keeping Cool. Or was t possible to drag the horses into the House so die Allens i i the next it est thin. They took them Down to the self service car Wash and turned the water on. Ii olt at Lake Dallas last sunday we of served police officer Mon Manal n perched a top the prow of a boat. As the water began to splash up on deck officer Mangum whipped Cut a h ame re i of Anc began polishing the Windshield. Above the Roar of the motor he kept up a running commentary a can i Check your Oil today Quot a say have you tried our clean restrooms a a a we we re Down at the drive in window at Southwest Bank and Trust the other morning before work and got stuck in a line of cars. Directly in front of us however was a Little girl about la years Oid on a bicycle. We think she had a Good idea in fact she had two. It never Hurt to get acquainted with a Bank As Early As possible and you Ion to have to leave the motor running on a bicycle a Scott Marney 6, son of or. And mrs Charlesmar Ney of 514 Elaine started a Aback to school Quot a Little Early this year. The youngster participated in Sears Roebuck s a Aback to school Falchion show in Arlington wednesday hell be a first grader at i kids Brown elementary school tills fall i a a a Harry Spencer. Jr., j added quite a bit of color to the school Board meeting Mon i Day night attendants re Wrt. J marry was sporting a wild i designed sport coat which lie j said he picked up in puerto a Rico. A Iid i pin i ii i or Correct ii temperature k time dial i. 4 ii 4261. Irvine Lunk ? i rust co. Ii adv. Jaycees to operate rest Slop Irving a Jaycees Are participating again this year in the labor Day rest Stop program in conjunction with other Jaycee clubs throughout the state. Pirzl Ngy a rest Stop will be located on Highway 183 and will be manned by Jaycees during a very hour of the labor Day weekend. Purpose of the program is to offer travellers an Opportunity to refresh themselves before they become Overly tired while driving. Free refreshments in the form of donuts Coffee soft drinks etc., along with a Good measure of Irving hospitality will be served to any Driver who stops. As in past years Irving merchants and Utility companies will be asked to donate refreshments and other facilities. This service i an Opportunity to illustrate the Community spirit and hospitality so typical of Irving according to Bob Burgess chairman of the project. He can be reached at by. 5-6764. Today is the last Day for 1963 Tiger season ticket holders to pick up their options on their seats athletic director Bob Harrell reports. The ticket office at 3207 Sowers will be open from 7-9 . Tonight to handle late purchases. Thursday and Friday the tickets will be on Sale to persons who did no to have season tickets last year or who had Only partial books. The ticket office will be open from 6 a.m.-430 . And from 7-9 . On these two Days. After Friday the office will be open during regular school hours for late ticket purchasers. Harrell emphasized that under no circumstances will Advance or Telephone reservations be honoured for any tickets. Barry disowns a a extremists Hirshey a. Up Republican presidential nominee Barry m. Coldwater told a Gap Summit Unity conference today a i seek the support of no extremist of the left or the the statement apparently aimed at clarifying his position on extremism was contained in an address prepared for a meeting of Republican governors. The ticket books Are a real bargain for in addition to being assured a Good seat for the entire season they enable each holier to see one game free. Regular Reserve seat admission for each game is $1.50, but with a season Book a Holder can witness six games for a total Cost of $7.50. Also Purchase in a season Book entitles the Holder to buy a season parking ticket for $1.50, which will put them almost right at the Gate. The tigers Home schedule this season includes North Dallas sept. La Carrollton sept. 18 Arlington sept. 25 l. D. Bell oct. 9 Wichita Falls oct. 23 and Richland nov. 13. Housing blamed for riot by Williamt. Keough and Al sex j. Michelini Paterson . Up several Hundred negroes rioted Over a 25-Block area of this Northern new Jersey City tuesday night and roving carloads of Young toughs exploded Molotov cocktails in Elizabeth 20 Miles South of Here Early today in another outbreak of violence. In Paterson where the worst disorders occurred mayor Francis x. Graves expressed fears today that More violence would erupt tonight. He assigned 200 policemen to the riot area and ordered the rest of the 310-Man Force on standby Alert. A i won t hesitate to Call in state police Quot said Graves who personally led police in quelling tuesday night s disturbances. He directed police to pick up two men rumoured to be organizers of a new riot. Graves also agreed to meet with officials of the a act and corf to discuss negro demands for better housing recreation and rent control. The one two punch at two of new Jersey s largest cities marked the second week of racial violence in the state. But the new disturbances were less serious than the three bloody nights of rioting in Jersey City a week ago. One Man was arrested four cars including three police autos were damaged and several store windows were shattered in the rioting that ended shortly before Midnight Here. In Elizabeth one Man was arrested one was injured two buildings were damaged by fire and three others were damaged by gasoline bombs. Civil rights leaders blamed the rioting on poor housing and recreation facilities. Hilltop bound expense Money to cover their trip to Hilltop lakes guest resort in Leon county is presented to Irving a Good neighbor of the year and her husband. Making the presentation is Phillip Reid president of the Irving Bank and Trust co., co sponsor of the Good neighbor contest. The Good neighbor of the year is mrs. C. D. Mccullough 1635 bail Wood right. Smiling at the left a or. Mccullough. News texan photo. Prayer ban Parks gets new to be topic re a re. N r business l Ost on Campus special Section to pit spotlight on apartments Irving airing the first six months of 1964 issued building permits for $6,082,341 in new apartment constriction. This is More than Many nearby cities chalked up in All phases of construction during the entire year of 1963. What Are the secrets of Irving s astronomical climb in apartment construction Why is it that Irving maintains the lowest vacancy rate in apartments As compared to All the rest of Dallas county what Are the latest in building trends As shown by the Irving apartment Boom to answer these interesting questions the news texan is publishing a special Section on a apartment living in Irving Quot in next sundays paper. Five Hundred extra copies will be presented to the Irving chamber of Commerce for issuance to prospective new residents of the City. The question of americans commitment to god will be discussed by or. Oliver Martin visiting lecturer at the University of Dallas and authority pm die history of modern atheism. Or. Martin a Ford foundation fellow and chairman of the department of philosophy at the University of Rhode Island will explore the meaning of the recent supreme court decisions pm prayer in the Public schools. The lecture part of the summer school lecture series at the University of Dallas is open to the Public. It will be Given wednesday evening at 730 in the student Center at the University of Dallas. Holding a doctorate from Harvard or. Martin is a recognized authority in the Field of ethics and political philosophy and is the author of numerous books and article including Willie head a naturalism and god. He is a member of the american philosophical association and past Secretary of the metaphysical society of America. Charles i. A arks tax As Sessor collector for the Irving Independent school District for the past six years has been elevated to the Post of business manager tax assessor collector by the school trustees. Official action was taken by the trustee meeting in executive session monday night. Parks will be in charge of the schools business department which includes the tax office purchasing budget and audit control maintenance and lunchrooms. Parks assumed his duties As the school District s tax assessor collector in 1958 and in 1963 was honoured by the Texas Assn. Of accessing officers As being the top Man in his Field in the state. School trustees also added two new men to Parks staff. Righard a Parks no relation to Charles is to be the new chief asst tax assessor collector. He comes to Irving from Houston and is a one of the Best tax men in the state a according to Charles Parks. Jake diddle formerly employed by Texas instruments was hired As the school districts purchasing agent. Parks will officially assume the duties of his new office on sept. I. Don undaunted by summer in casts Don Taylor 7, of 325 Lakeside is just waiting until next summer when he can really play Ball. Don son of or. And mrs. Benny t Aylor has spent this summer in Casl because of a foot correction operation june 3. He had to have Bone grafts into each ankle and must spend the first six weeks after his operation in his casts. But now the casts Are knee length and he Hopes by the time school starts the casts will be gone completely Don does no to mind the casts too much because they will make it possible for him to play Ball something he has never been Able to do. The Perky Little leaguer is ready and waiting for next summer with a Job All lined up As a Bat boy for the Angels. By Bob Callan int world news pc Ditroi Raymond Gutierrez la a runaway what froze to death in a sealed refrigerated Boxcar will be buried 4,000 Miles from Home ii Miami because his parents can t afford to have his body returned a fruit inspector unsealed the Boxcar from Woodward Calif. Monday night and found the body of Raymond Sui of or. And mrs. Otilio Gutierrez of West Sacremento. An 18-year-old californian freshly crowned the american Beauty competes with 35forer beauties tonight to be among 15 semifinalists Friday night for the total miss International Beauty of 1965. Dark haired Linda Ann Taylor of san Diego who competed As miss California edged out 14 american competitors tuesday night. Claries Frederick Wilson 32, a member of the gang that stole $7,300,000 in Britain s great train Robt Ery escaped Early today from Winson Green prison at Birmingham England. The report said that Wilson climbed a Down the rear Wall by rope ladder after someone entered the prison and knocked out a guard. Author Ian Fleming who created the fictional James Bond a British secret agent 007�?T and devised some of the most grisly deaths in literature died today at 56 following a heart attack. The Bond novels Are full of adventure and blood but Are carefully constructed with a respect for the English language and careful consideration for the techniques of cloak and Digger work. Linda a of v we Jon or so a1 j of it \ i j Leming

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